May 26, 2020

Town Offices Reopening

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May 26, 2020

What About 4th of July?

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May 22, 2020

Yellowstone Visitation Strong

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Get Ready To Boat In Yelowstone

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Featured Articles

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Park Concessions Comments Sought

May 26, 2020
Park Concessions Comments Sought

The National Park Service is encouraging public comment on an environmental assessment that examines proposed improvements that may be included in a concessions contract in Grand Teton National Park. The environmental assessment examines potential new construction …

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Mayor Welcomes Visitors

May 22, 2020
Mayor Muldoon

Memorial Day typically marks the beginning of the summer season and increased tourism in Jackson Hole. Jackson Mayor Pete Muldoon urges visitors to the community to observe the precautions that have become standard through the …

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State Faces Budget Challenges

May 20, 2020

When the Wyoming State Legislature next meets, one of the issues they will consider is how to deal with the state’s suffering minerals industry. Teton County Senator Mike Gierau says Wyoming bases all of its …

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State Gets 50 Million for Tests

The Department of Health and Human Services is delivering $50,390,551 to Wyoming, and $ 55,830,418 to Idaho in new funding to support testing for COVID-19. In total, $10¼- billion in funding is being provided by …

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Visitors Warned of Aggressive Elk

Yellowstone National Park Rangers are cautioning visitors that elk calving season has started in the park. During this time, cow elk are much more aggressive towards people and may charge or kick. Visitors are advised to stay alert, look …

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Legislature Works Remotely

May 19, 2020
Legislature Works Remotely

A handful of legislators met in person at the Wyoming Capitol and the rest by computer video Friday for a special session to address the coronavirus pandemic and its growing economic toll. At issue was …

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Riddell Urges Face Masks in Reopening

Riddell Urges Face Masks in Reopening

State and local leaders continue to advise residents to continue to wear face masks even as restrictions are loosened in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic. Friday, Teton County’s District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell …

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Grizzly Injures Man Near Dubois

Grizzly Injures Man Near Dubois

  Bear Killed in Encounter   An unidentified man was injured by a grizzly bear Saturday while he was looking for shed antlers in the Kirk Inberg/Kevin Roy Wildlife Habitat Management Area east of Dubois. …

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COVID-19 Death Toll Adjusted

COVID-19 Death Toll Adjusted

Deaths of two Wyoming residents that occurred in March and April have been added to Wyoming’s total count of COVID-19 deaths. According to the Wyoming Department of Health, both deaths occurred in Colorado and were …

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Burn Week

May 18, 2020

Spring Burn Week in the town of Jackson has been begun over the weekend and continues through Monday, May 25th. During Spring Burn Week, the citizens of the Town of Jackson are encouraged to act …

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Parks Open

Parks Open Today

Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are open to the public on a limited basis. Grand Teton Public Affairs Officer Denise Germann says visitors to the park should come prepared to be largely self-sufficient. Germann …

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News

Music on Main Nixed

May 26, 2020

After considerable deliberation, the Teton Valley Foundation has announced the cancellation of the Music on Main 2020 season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Teton Valley Foundation Chair Jenny Wade explains that the possibility of …

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Pool Opens

May 22, 2020

The Teton County Board of Commissioners has voted to end public access restrictions at County Buildings which includes parts of the recreation center. Parks and Recreation will be opening for lap swimming only starting next Tuesday. The …

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Virus Kills Another

COVID-19 Death Toll Adjusted

A 12th fatality related to the COVID-19 virus has been reported in Wyoming now. The older man was a resident of a Washakie County long-term care facility, identified earlier as experiencing COVID-19. Testing has so …

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Memorial Dedication Postponed

Monday is Memorial Day, and typically on this a day, members of the community would gather in the Town Square to honor and mourn the military personnel who have died while serving in the United …

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Gas Up

May 21, 2020

Gasoline prices continue to rise, both locally and across the nation. A survey of nine stations in Jackson this week shows the average price for gasoline in here has shot up 31¢ to $1.95 per …

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Victor Relaxes Restrictions

May 20, 2020

The Victor City Council has become the latest to unanimously repeal two COVID-19 emergency ordinances relating to travel and tourism in that town. The decision came during a special City Council meeting Monday. The two …

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